BROKEN TOY RESCUE

by
STEPHEN WHITEHEAD
and
HOUSE OF FAIRY TALES

Mission 1

BUILD A LOW-CARBON ALL TERRAIN TRANSPORTER USING BROKEN TOYS


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How to play

Make a low carbon vehicle with pieces of broken toys using drag and drop. But be sure to keep an eye on the Carbonometer so that your carbon footprint doesn't go over the limit.

Click a pilot on the right to import into the construction Zone. Drag the pilot into position then scale or rotate using the sliders.

Select another category. This will open a "drawer" of broken toys.

Click on a broken toy part to import into the construction Zone. Position, scale and rotate.

To activate a part in the construction Zone you must drag it slightly to bring it to the top of the pile.

To remove a part and reduce your carbon footprint, activate it by dragging slightly then click the CARBON REDUCTION button.

 

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B.T.R. aims to:

  • save toys from landfill and learn how to make new toys and objects from bits of old ones.
  • promote recycling and awareness of the environment through play.
  • find new and more imaginative ways to play
a sculpture made from broken toys

MISSION STATEMENT

B.T.R. is a project with a mission to defend the world from pollution, save the lives of toys and develop the creativity of its participants.

Our aim is to

DEFEND SAVE CREATE

Our methodology is

REDUCE RECYCLE REUSE

B.T.R. Workshops will:

  • Collect toys and separate metals and plastics.
  • Educate participants on the needs and ways to reduce, recycle and reuse materials.
  • Produce new artefacts to promote creativity, reassess values and promote further rescues.
a sculpture made from broken toys

YOUR HELP IS NEEDED

CAN YOU:

  • Site a B.T.R. collection point?
  • Support reconstruction of broken toys with donation of associated/complimentary rejected items? (e.g. glue, tools, manufacturing process scrap and seconds?)
  • Advertise and promote B.T.R.?

Contact Stephen Whitehead
e- stephen@orgonesea.com
t- 07946432452

a sculpture made from broken toys